Roberto Stopello is the creator of the drama TV show La Reina del Sur. The show debuted in 2011; however, it was renewed for a second season, which debuted on April 22, 2019, on Netflix. This show’s first season is not presently accessible on Netflix. The information was obtained by Deadline, which also claims that Netflix will continue to be involved in the series and release it as a Netflix original outside of the US.
You may be aware that La Reina Del Sur, an action-packed criminal drama, served as the inspiration for the English-language film Queen of the South, in which a lady travels back to Mexico to battle drug traffickers. The principal actress in Netflix’s Ingobernable, Kate del Castillo, appears in the leading role.
What Is “La Reina del Sur” About?
The film “La Reina del Sur” is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Spanish novelist Arturo Pérez-Reverte, which follows Teresa Mendoza’s (Kate del Castillo) ascent in the world of deadly criminals and worldwide narcotics trafficking.
A movie featuring Eva Mendes was originally planned for “La Reina del Sur.” However, Pérez-Reverte backed the choice of Kate del Castillo for the part in the tv show that was ultimately made.
The first season’s 63 episodes portray Mendoza as she escapes after learning that the drug cartels and narcotics enforcers who killed her pilot boyfriend have captured her.
The young Mexican woman rushes to the south of Spain in an effort to avoid the same fate, where she becomes caught up in the high-stakes drug trade. She succeeds in the illegal transatlantic business while incurring a heavy personal cost thanks to clever partnerships, keen business acumen, and plenty of tenacity.
Eight years have passed since season two’s 60 episodes, which were filmed in more than 300 sites worldwide, are set. Before her daughter is abducted and she is forced to return to the world of drug trafficking to face old enemies, we find Mendoza leading a happy and healthy life in Tuscany, Italy, away from the gangland of crime.
About Teresa Mendoza (Kate del Castillo)
The role of Teresa Mendoza is performed by Mexican actress Kate del Castillo, who gained popularity in the U.S. with her acclaimed work in the blockbuster Fox Searchlight/Weinstein movie “Under the Same Moon” (2007), which holds the record for the top Spanish-language cinematic run in American history.
Del Castillo recently appeared in the Netflix cartoon series “Maya and the Three,” which was created by Jorge R. Gutiérrez, and the NBC comedy “Mr. Mayor.” Alongside Will Smith, he played the villain in Sony’s “Bad Boys for Life.”
Her performance in the starring role helped “La Reina del Sur” draw more than 3M viewers in its first week. Del Castillo like how this engaging character changes from one episode to the next and from season to season in ways that “surprise” her. She plays this character with weaknesses and strengths.
According to rumors, Del Castillo is working on a television project that, if it airs, will highlight her passion for extreme sports. One of the most-watched Spanish television series, La Reina Del Sur, debuted on February 28, 2011. Within the first few episodes of its launch, this show gained so much popularity that a new season has been added.
Yes! La Reina Del Sur Season 3 has now begun, and a few episodes have already been broadcast. After the previous episode’s premiere, the viewers of this series are awestruck.
La Reina del Sur Season 3 Episode 34 & 35 Release Date
After the previous episode’s premiere, the fans of this series were so impressed that they immediately began asking when La Reina del Sur Season 3 Episodes 34 & 35 would be released.
When will the upcoming episode, Episodes 34 & 35 of La Reina del Sur Season 3, be released? A game of chance – Episode 34 will release on Wednesday, December 07, 2022, along with episode 35-May the best man win, and will be aired on Thursday, December 08, 2022.
Where Can You Watch “La Reina del Sur?”
The first episode of “La Reina del Sur,” which had its premiere on February 28, 2011, was created by the RTI Producciones company, the Antena 3 network, and the American television network Telemundo (a branch of NBC Universal). Telemundo Global Studios and Netflix jointly produced the second season, which debuted in April 2019.
Telemundo holds the television rights for the United States and Puerto Rico, while Netflix has the international distribution rights for season two and any future seasons.